"I wanted to build a community where smart, outspoken, high-achieving women are celebrated and encouraged to progress in their career full-time," Bradford wrote."I wanted to never EVER hear a woman be worried that her educational achievements or career ambition would be a turn-off." Men who really are looking for a woman whose career drive matches theirs are praising The League.In the essay, Bradford cited studies proving what she observed: that many men expect their wives' careers to be secondary to theirs after marriage, and that a man and woman are less likely to date if her income is higher than his.No wonder some women downplay their intelligence and accomplishments so they don't drive men away, she said.
Because membership is curated, the app can ensure an equal ratio of men to women in its dating pool; the pool also tries to mimic the ethnic and racial makeup of its cities, Davis said.
"I really think this is such an amazing ecosystem you have created and I have met some amazing people," said David Yong of New York, who was quoted in the company's press materials.
"I love The League so far; met some amazing women and being new to San Francisco, it's really helped me a lot," Simon Walker was quoted as saying in press materials.
I'm a positive, caring, thoughtful person interested in meeting a nice lady for dating and possibly much more.
I was a professional musician but also have had a wonderful business career and..looking for a friend if more happens great if not that's ok too i look mean in my pic but i'm actually a very happy person just not happy being alone life was meant to be shared by two people... I like to be an active person and go out to engage in sports, jogging around, or just walking is fine.